The Worker - Lowell, MA
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Team Farkle 7
N 42° 38.690 W 071° 18.775
19T E 310391 N 4723968
Quick Description: This sculpture by brothers Ivan and Elliott Schwartz is dedicated to the people who built the canal system that powered the mills, giving Lowell the nickname "Venice of America".
Location: Massachusetts, United States
Date Posted: 12/29/2007 11:23:39 PM
Waymark Code: WM2W92
Published By: Groundspeak Charter Member The Leprechauns
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Long Description:
The canals in Lowell, Massachusetts were begun in 1792 when a group of Irish laborers from Charlestown made their way up country to a town on the Merrimack River called Chelmsford. A new town was planned here on the banks of the Merrimack, the first planned factory town in America which the intrepid entrepreneurs, along with Governor John Hancock, later called Lowell. For more information on these canals see this website, (visit link)

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